Royal Caribbean unveils new cruise tours to Alaska for 2017


Royal Caribbean announced new itineraries to Alaska that promise to be high on adventure and deliver the best of the Great Frontier to their guests travelling in 2017. The seven night itineraries aboard Explorer of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas will set sail from Seattle and Vancouver respectively. Guests who book early will also receive a complimentary upgrade.

The cruise line has added two 12 night exclusive cruise tours for their guests, to explore Alaskan landscape with overnight stays. The first cruise tour of  Kantishna Select Wilderness & Wildlife includes a wilderness tour of Denali with local experts, besides hiking, kayaking and biking adventure at Eklutna Lake and travel by rail from the Denali National Park and Preserve to Fairbanks.  The Katmai Bear Trek and Kantishna Fly Over cruise tour includes watching the American Brown Bear hunting in its natural habitat, in the Katmai Park and Preserve.

There are more Alaskan adventures for Royal Caribbean guests which include wildlife spotting in Juneau like humpback whales, sea lions, harbor seals and more; misty fjords, waterfalls, glacial blue lakes in Ketchikan; Tongass National Rainforest in Skagway.

About Royal Caribbean Ships  

 Explorer of the Seas, the 15-deck, 1,557-stateroom ship which accommodates 3,840 guests was revitalized in 2015 to bring signature Royal Caribbean innovations like the FlowRider surf simulator, virtual balconies for interior staterooms and a variety of new dining experiences onboard.

Radiance of the Seas, the 13-deck, 1,071-stateroom ship accommodating 2,466 guests offers a 220 sq. foot, poolside movie screen, in addition to the signature rock-climbing wall, spa and multiple dining venues for which the cruise line is known.